Colour Pop Mojave Moves is a moderately warm-toned, light beige with a sparkle finish. It is a limited edition eyeshadow that retails for $8.00 and contains 0.23 oz.
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Colour Pop Mojave Moves Jelly Much Eyeshadow ($8.00 for 0.23 oz.) is a soft, whitish-beige that appeared warmer in the pot than actually applied. It seemed to have a more translucent base to it that had more medium "coverage" from the inclusion of shimmer/sparkle, which could have dispersed more evenly. Placed with a firm brush on the inner tearduct, it brightened and added sparkle, but it was hard to apply it evenly on its own so I would relegate it as a "top coat" to pat over another shade to add sparkle.
The product was nowhere near as pigmented as described. The formula has a more watery consistency initially, which dried down quickly and was transfer- and crease-resistant over a 10-hour period. There was a touch of fallout toward the end of that time frame.
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